ELVIS PRESLEY OWNED DIAMOND & RUBY RING. 6 DIAMONDS AND 2 RUBIES.
Elvis gave this ring to a fan after a concert in Houston Texas in 1975.
ACCOMPANIED BY 3 HAND SIGNED DOCUMENTS
Accompanied by a Elvis Presley Museum certificate of authenticity hand signed by Jimmy Velvet Elvis' friend of 22 years and the founder and original president of the Elvis Presley Museum
ELVIS PRESLEY MUSEUM CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following item was the personal property of ELVIS PRESLEY. The Elvis Presley Museum opened on June 1st, 1978. and is the only museum in the world licensed by Elvis Presley Enterprises Inc and "Graceland" -the estate of Elvis Presley
This 14k gold "nugget" style ring which is set with 6 diamonds and 2 rubies was given to a fan, Cheryl Woods, who frequented my museums many times. In 1975, Elvis gave this ring to Ms. Woods after a concert held in Houston, Texas. After Cheryl passed away her daughter sold the ring to Mr. James P. Byers, in the year 2000. Mr. Byers sold the ring to the Elvis-A-Rama museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Hand signed in ink) Jimmy Velvet, Founder and CEO
Accompanied by Elvis-A-Rama Museum letter of authenticity hand signed by Chris Davidson who was the owner and later sold to Graceland.
ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY
THE DIAMOND AND RUBY RING WAS PURCHASED AND WORN BY ENTERTAINER, ELVIS PRESLEY.
ELVIS WAS WELL KNOWN FOR HIS GENEROSITY GAVE THIS RING TO A FAN BACKSTAGE AFTER A CONCERT AT THE HOFHEINZ PAVILION IN HOUSTON, TEXAS IN JUNE OF 1975.
THE DIAMOND AND RUBY RING WAS ONE OF MANY THAT ELVIS WOULD WEAR ON STAGE DURING CONCERTS.
THIS DIAMOND AND RUBY RING HAS BEEN ON DISPLAY AT THE ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM FOR THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS
(Hand signed in ink) CHRIS DAVIDSON
Accompanied by a Statement Of Authenticity 11-27-2000 (initialed in ink) JPB
This letter is authenticate the Diamond and Ruby ring sold to Chris Davidson, November 21st, 2000. This ring was the property of Elvis A. Presley, and was given to Mrs Cheryl Woods in 1975, backstage at The Summit, in Houston, Texas. Mrs Woods passed away in 1997, leaving her Elvis collection with her husband, who also passed away in 1999. I was at The Summit, standing within six foot of her when Elvis took the ring off his finger, handed it to her and kissed her on the cheek. As we had meet on several occasions at different concerts and Elvis related functions, I then told her if she ever wanted to sell the ring to let me know. After she passed away, her husband contacted me about her collection. I went to see what was there and was told it was not for sale at that time. When he passed on in 1999, I was contacted by the daughter, who sold me several pieces, the above mentioned included. This statement is issued with the passing of this 14K, 6 Diamond, 2 Ruby, nugget ring, to Chris Davidson, of Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Hand signed in ink) James P. Byers
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